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I may have made an idiotic mistake today. Fortunately, it wasn't on a guitar. Still... I laid a coat of waterborne lacquer over an oil based sanding sealer. I must add that the sanding sealer has had several weeks to cure. From what I've read, I think it might be ok, because I gave it a long time to cure between the coats. Anybody have any insight? I'd hate to have to sand through that coat, but I'll do it if I have to.

Thanks. Next time I'll think through what I'm doing a little better.

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I may have made an idiotic mistake today. Fortunately, it wasn't on a guitar. Still... I laid a coat of waterborne lacquer over an oil based sanding sealer. I must add that the sanding sealer has had several weeks to cure. From what I've read, I think it might be ok, because I gave it a long time to cure between the coats. Anybody have any insight? I'd hate to have to sand through that coat, but I'll do it if I have to.

Thanks. Next time I'll think through what I'm doing a little better.

If the oil sanding sealer is fully cured then you will be fine. There will be no burn in but it should still be fine. I have shot water born lacquer over enamel and tru-oil so I wouldn't sweat it.

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